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(b)    

treatment as a non-resident at such institution or place, and at such

 

intervals, as may be so specified,

 

            

but the order must not otherwise specify the nature of the treatment.

 

      (4)  

A court may not include an intoxicating substance treatment requirement in a

 

youth rehabilitation order unless—

 

(a)    

the court is satisfied that arrangements have been or can be made for

 

the treatment intended to be specified in the order (including, where

 

the offender is to be required to submit to treatment as a resident,

 

arrangements for the reception of the offender),

 

(b)    

the requirement has been recommended to the court as suitable for the

 

offender by a member of a youth offending team or by an officer of a

 

local probation board, and

 

(c)    

the offender has expressed willingness to comply with the

 

requirement.

 

      (5)  

In this paragraph “intoxicating substance” means—

 

(a)    

alcohol, or

 

(b)    

any other substance or product other than a drug which is, or the fumes

 

of which are, capable of being inhaled or otherwise used for the

 

purpose of causing intoxication.

 

      (6)  

In sub-paragraph (5)(b) “drug” means a controlled drug as defined by section

 

2 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (c. 38).’.

 


 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  107

 

Page  141,  line  28  [Schedule  1],  at end insert—

 

‘An intoxicating substance

The person specified under paragraph 23A(1).’.

 
 

treatment requirement.

  
 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  201

 

Page  142  [Schedule  1],  leave out lines 9 to 19.

 



 
 

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Mr Nick Herbert

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Not called  116

 

Page  143,  line  18  [Schedule  2],  leave out paragraphs 3 and 4.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  202

 

Page  144  [Schedule  2],  leave out lines 27 to 30 and insert ‘before the appropriate

 

court.’.

 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  203

 

Page  144,  line  40  [Schedule  2],  leave out from beginning to end of line 3 on page

 

145 and insert—

 

  ‘(4A)  

Where the offender does not appear in answer to a summons issued under this

 

paragraph, the appropriate court may issue a warrant for his arrest.’.

 


 

Mr Nick Herbert

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Not called  117

 

Page  145,  line  5  [Schedule  2],  at end insert—

 

‘(za)    

a youth rehabilitation order is still in force, and’.

 

Mr Nick Herbert

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Not called  118

 

Page  145,  line  12  [Schedule  2],  leave out from ‘ways’ to end of line 13.

 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  204

 

Page  145  [Schedule  2],  leave out lines 23 to 26 and insert—

 

‘(ba)    

if the youth rehabilitation order was made by a magistrates’ court, by

 

dealing with the offender, for the offence in respect of which the order

 

was made, in any way in which the court could have dealt with the

 

offender for that offence (had the offender been before the court to be

 

dealt with for it); or


 
 

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(bb)    

if the youth rehabilitation order was made in the Crown Court, by

 

committing the young offender in custody or releasing him on bail

 

until he can be brought before, or appear before, the Crown Court.’.

 

Philip Davies

 

Mr Nigel Evans

 

Sammy Wilson

 

Not called  115

 

Page  145,  line  26  [Schedule  2],  at end insert—

 

‘(d)    

by placing the offender in custody for a period not exceeding 3 months.’.

 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  205

 

Page  145,  line  26  [Schedule  2],  at end insert—

 

  ‘(2A)  

Where the court deals with the offender under the previous subparagraph, it

 

must send to the Crown Court—

 

(a)    

a certificate signed by a justice of the peace certifying that the offender

 

has failed to comply with the youth rehabilitation order in the respect

 

certified, and such other particulars as may be desirable; and

 

(b)    

such a certificate purporting to be so signed is admissible as evidence

 

of the failure before the Crown Court.’.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  206

 

Page  146,  line  21  [Schedule  2],  leave out from beginning to end of line 2 on page

 

147.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  207

 

Page  147,  line  4  [Schedule  2],  leave out paragraph 7.

 

Mr Nick Herbert

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Not called  119

 

Page  147,  line  23  [Schedule  2],  at end insert—

 

‘(za)    

a youth rehabilitation order is still in force, and’.


 
 

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Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  208

 

Page  147  [Schedule  2],  leave out line 26 and insert ‘paragraph 6, and’.

 

Mr Nick Herbert

 

Mr Edward Garnier

 

Mr David Burrowes

 

Mr Nick Hurd

 

Not called  120

 

Page  147,  line  30  [Schedule  2],  leave out from ‘ways’ to end of line 31.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  209

 

Page  148,  line  32  [Schedule  2],  leave out from beginning to end of line 10 on page

 

149.

 


 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  61

 

Page  205,  line  12  [Schedule  9],  leave out ‘or premises in Scotland’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  62

 

Page  205,  line  20  [Schedule  9],  leave out ‘or in Scotland’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  63

 

Page  205,  line  24  [Schedule  9],  leave out ‘or premises in Scotland’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  64

 

Page  205,  line  28  [Schedule  9],  leave out ‘or in Scotland’.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  210

 

Page  213,  line  19  [Schedule  16],  leave out ‘offenders aged 16 or 17’ and insert

 

‘children or young persons aged under 18 years’.


 
 

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Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  211

 

Page  213  [Schedule  16],  leave out line 33.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  212

 

Page  214,  line  22  [Schedule  16],  leave out ‘16’ and insert ‘under 17’.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  213

 

Page  218,  line  10  [Schedule  16],  leave out ‘16 or 17’ and insert ‘under 18 years’.

 


 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  214

 

Page  234,  line  4  [Schedule  22],  at end insert—

 

  ‘(2A)  

After subsection (1) insert—

 

“(1A)  

An action under subsection (1) may include any action intending to

 

equate sexual orientation with a propensity or intention to commit

 

an imprisonable offence, where such action is threatening and

 

intended to incite hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation.”’.

 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Negatived on division  231

 

Page  234,  line  4  [Schedule  22],  at end insert—

 

‘(2A)    

After subsection (1) insert—

 

“(1A)    

When considering whether to consent to a prosecution under subsection

 

(1) the Attorney General must have particular regard to the importance of

 

the right to freedom of expression provided by the European Convention

 

on Human Rights.”’.


 
 

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Jim Dobbin

 

Miss Ann Widdecombe

 

Mr Alan Beith

 

David Taylor

 

Mr Philip Hollobone

 

Mr Colin Breed

 

Negatived on division  1

 

Page  234,  line  26  [Schedule  22],  at end insert—

 

‘13A      

After section 29J insert—

 

“29JA

 Protection of freedom of expression (sexual orientation)

 

Nothing in this Part shall be read or given effect in a way which

 

prohibits or restricts discussion of, criticism of or expressions of

 

antipathy towards, conduct relating to a particular sexual orientation,

 

or urging persons of a particular sexual orientation to refrain from or

 

modify conduct related to that orientation.”.’.

 

Mr David Heath

 

David Howarth

 

Jenny Willott

 

Not called  215

 

Page  234,  line  26  [Schedule  22],  at end insert—

 

‘13A      

After subsection 29I insert—

 

“29IA

 European Convention on Human Rights

 

Unless expressly limited by any provision within this Part, no right

 

under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights shall

 

be affected.”’.

 


 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  108

 

Page  242,  line  20  [Schedule  23],  leave out ‘, the Isle of Man’.

 


 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  65

 

Page  245,  line  8  [Schedule  24],  after ‘person’ insert ‘required to pay the financial

 

penalty’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  66

 

Page  245,  line  22  [Schedule  25],  leave out ‘offender’ and insert ‘liable person’.


 
 

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Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  67

 

Page  245,  line  25  [Schedule  25],  leave out ‘offender’ and insert ‘liable person’.

 


 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  68

 

Page  246,  line  3  [Schedule  25],  leave out from ‘conduct’ to end of line 4 and insert

 

‘by a person who was under the age of 10 when the conduct took place.’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  69

 

Page  246,  line  7  [Schedule  25],  leave out ‘offender’ and insert ‘liable person’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  70

 

Page  246,  line  11  [Schedule  25],  leave out first ‘offender’ and insert ‘liable

 

person’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  70A

 

Page  246,  line  11  [Schedule  25],  leave out second ‘offender’ and insert ‘liable

 

person’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  71

 

Page  246,  line  14  [Schedule  25],  leave out sub-paragraph (2) and insert—

 

‘(2)    

For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1), if the amount of a financial penalty is

 

specified in a currency other than the euro, that amount must be converted to

 

euros by reference to the London closing exchange rate on the date the decision

 

was made.’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  72

 

Page  246,  line  19  [Schedule  25],  leave out ‘sub-paragraphs (1) and (2)’ and insert

 

‘sub-paragraph (1)’.

 


 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  73

 

Page  247,  line  33  [Schedule  25],  at end insert—

 

‘( )    

“conduct” includes any act or omission;’.

 

Secretary Jack Straw

 

Agreed to  74

 

Page  247,  line  36  [Schedule  25],  leave out paragraph (b) and insert—

 

‘(b)    

“liable person” means the person required to pay the financial penalty to

 

which the certificate relates.’.


 
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